A distance learning option will remain available to families who choose it, but they must opt in for the program by May 21 and meet certain requirements.
A new summer school option with five full days of free instruction each week will be offered to all Clark County School District students this June.
Graduation plans for the Class of 2021 were rolled out Thursday, with the Clark County School District announcing that schools can hold in-person ceremonies.
Thousands of students poured onto Clark County School District campuses Tuesday in the final wave of reopening school buildings after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The isolation rooms are equipped with their own supplies and special air ionization systems in an effort to keep COVID-19 from racing through a school
Education advocates have been calling for Nevada to reduce class sizes for decades, but it took an outbreak of a deadly disease to accomplish what laws and policies couldn’t.
All employees of the Clark County School District’s Human Resources department are quarantining for 10 days after a third case of COVID-19 was reported in the office.
Two bills have been proposed in the Legislature that would allow municipalities to appoint some members of the school boards of Nevada’s largest school districts.
Both in-person and distance learning options could be available at most schools next school year, Deputy Superintendent Brenda Larsen-Mitchell said Tuesday during a “listening tour.”
Around 14,000 older Clark County School District students were returning to their classrooms on Monday after more than a year of virtual learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thousands of middle and high school students at the Clark County School District are expected to return to classrooms Monday after more than a year of all-virtual learning.
Parents reveal that safety, learning quality, scheduling and their kids’ preferences are considerations in deciding whether distance or hybrid learning is the best option.
If School Board’s interpretation of an “auto-renewal clause” in the superintendent’s contract is upheld, it could lead to his departure from his post as early as this summer.
District representatives say “more than half” the requests were from licensed employees such as speech and language therapists, physical therapists and school psychologists.